LAFC of Carlos Vela and Gareth Bale equals an important historical mark of victories of the MLS

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Carlos Vela, Gareth Bale and Cristian Arango are some of the names that stand out within Los Angeles Football Club, That is why it is normal for the Los Angeles team to have a good run in the United States Major League Soccer.

As a result, The team is already qualified for the MLS Playoffs, where the best players and clubs of the American tournament will be. However, this is not the only thing done by the Mexican team, as it has also reached a record within the competition.

Is about 20 games won this seasonsomething that helped him achieve the goal of the team within the MLS, this being a record that equaled the number of victories in a season obtained by current Toronto FC quarterback Bob Bradley, who posted all 20 wins in the 1998 season with the Chicago Fire.

However, this is not all, because Steve Cherundolo, Vela and all of LAFC can reach their 21st victory of the campaign, something that could be achieved against Portland Timbers or Nashville SC next rivals to win for part of the eleven angelina.

Undoubtedly, this is a reflection of the good progress that the team has hadthe one that after qualifying for the Playoffs relaxed and at the same time chained negative results, something that did not help him find the magic number that he now has after the victory against Héctor Herrera’s Houston Dynamo.

It is not the only one with records in the United States

If we look at the other Los Angeles team, we can see how LAFC is not the only one to create good resultsalthough in the case of LA Galaxy, It is from the hand of Riqui Puig, well himself was in charge of equaling marks made by two legends of the galactic table.

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